Re: Development servers.
We don't need to?
And from what i can see, debianbsd isn't going to be sitting next to
If its a stability thing ..I have that covered. But i dont think its worth
getting into the politics at debian.org
----- Original Message -----
To: "Richard Tibbetts" <firstname.lastname@example.org>; "Ian Miller"
Sent: Friday, July 06, 2001 5:22 AM
Subject: Re: Development servers.
> Is there some reason why we can't use the Debian web server?
> On Thu, Jul 05, 2001 at 01:41:31PM -0400, Richard Tibbetts wrote:
> > On Thu, Jul 05, 2001 at 09:18:38PM +1000, Ian Miller wrote:
> > > We have registered debian-bsd.org which will be mainly a 'about' site
> > > as we now have sourceforge for etc.. And will be up in a week or 2
> > My boss is actually the one squatting debianbsd.org (mostly so that
> > someone else didn't squat it). Both www's should obviously point to
> > the same place. I personally like debianbsd.org better than
> > debian-bsd.org, but I suppose its not that big a deal. We can probably
> > run DNS for the project, or transfer the domain if people prefer the
> > non-hyphenated url.
> > On a related note, I have boatloads of net-access at MIT, but only
> > crufty hardware. I am going to see if I can scam a decent machine for
> > the project out of work, but as of now the only things I have
> > available are pentium class machines with ~1gig disks. If anyone in
> > Boston has a machine they would like to see used for the project, but
> > doens't have a net they want to put it on, I can probably hook you up.
> > I don't mind dealing with installing/maintaining the machine even.
> > tibbetts
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